Nicolas Cage has never made a bad film. Not one. That said, let’s take a look at Zandalee.
Directed by Sam Pillsbury, director of a couple of episodes of Joe Dante’s excellent… 1,816 more words
I was rejected for a press pass for this summer’s London Film and Comic Con. Just putting that out there first thing because I am still full of bitterness. 1,722 more words
Written by Benjamin Gummery
THE CHAIR is a new horror/thriller based on the successful comic book mini-series & graphic novel: adapted for screen by Erin Kohut. 210 more words
The line of ticketholders stretched clear around the corner of 2nd Avenue and 2nd Street on New York’s Lower East Side; it’s not a giant auditorium, the second screen there at the Anthology Film Archives, and Saturday night’s screening of… 883 more words
Ah, to be a teen in the 80s. To be able to enjoy every awesome horror release.
Combining everything that was awesome about 80s horror: bored, affluent teens seeking (ultimately) deadly thrills; likable genre actors and actresses; comedy and gore; killer poster art — “Waxwork” goes above and beyond what’s required to become a classic. 137 more words